Monday, September 13
The annual Memorial Commemoration of September 11 will be held on Monday, September 13, at 12:00 pm by the Memorial Arch outside of the Humanities Building (rain location: Student Activities Center Auditorium).
Alumni and other members of the Stony Brook family who were lost on September 11, 2001, will be honored. The service will be followed by a silent processional to the SAC Circle from the Memorial Grove.
This event is open to students, community members, and faculty and staff. Vans will be available at the Hospital main entrance (call Conferences and Special Events at 632-6320 to reserve a seat). Access to the Administration Garage is available to East Campus cardholders. The Interfaith Center and Hospital Chapel will be open for those seeking a quiet place for prayer, meditation, and reflection.
For more information, please contact Conferences and Special Events at 632-6320.
The Arch, donated by the Stony Brook Alumni Association, honors the 21 Stony Brook alumni who were lost. Designed by Milton Glaser in collaboration with Nicholas Fasciano, the 12-foot-high by 8-foot-wide arch is constructed of brass that will eventually change color to a soft verdigris.
Engraved down the sides of the arch are the names of those who were lost: Joanne Ahladiotis; Jean A. Andrucki; Michael A. Bane; Carlton W. Bartels; William F. Burke Jr.; Michel P. Colbert; Stephen M. Fogel; Steven E. Furman; Richard S. Gabrielle; Kuifai (Raymond) Kwok; Edward J. Mardovich; Rudy Mastrocinque; Michael P. McDonnell; Manika Narula; Christopher M. Panatier; John W. Perry; Lisa J. Raines; Jonathan S. Ryan; Margaret M. (Walier) Seeliger; Peter A. Siracuse; and Walwyn W. Stuart Jr.